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This eloquent and philosophically astute translation is the 1st entire English translation according to the Sellier version of Pascal's manuscript, broadly permitted because the manuscript that's closest to the model Pascal left at the back of on his loss of life in 1662. a quick background of the textual content, a decide on bibliography of basic and secondary assets, a chronology of Pascal’s lifestyles and works, concordances among the Sellier and Lafuma variations of the unique, and an index are supplied.

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I n : Ders . : Z u m Ereignis-Denken. G A 73. , S . ] Anmerkungen I 53 in die Sprache (und die Dichtung das Ereignis und das Ereignis das Abendland) . Lernt das Wissen : hört das Gespräch : wohnt in seiner Sprache : gehört seinem Ungesprochenen : beruht in der Stille : seyd dem Seyn im Seyn. So ist Sein das Seyn. Also ereignet sich das Ereignis in das Eigentum der Enteignis. 79 Aber die Not! , die sich noch in der härtesten Not der Bedürfnisse verbirgt und sie als uneigent­ liche Not gelten läßt.

703-7 1 2 . ] 80 54 Anmerkungen I und nicht geschichtlich, d. h. aus dem verborgenen Geschick. Aber das Seyn ist zu geheimnisvoll und frey, als daß wir meinen dürfen, nach den uns gewordenen spärlichen Offenbarungen sei das Ende gewiß. (Freyheit) . Wir kommen für die Götter zu spät, zu früh für das Seyn. Vgl. 82 ob. Immer deutlicher wird in mir die Ahnung, daß unsere Heimat, der Kern des südwestdeutschen Landes, der geschichtliche Geburtsort des abendländischen Wesens seyn wird. Das mag seltsam klingen, aber es kann nicht anders seyn; denn es ist das Geistesvolle und zugleich das erdenhaft schöne Land.

Wenn der Wille gar in diesem sich ausschließlich ergeht, und dies gehört zum Wesen der Technik, ist der Wille in der Herr­ schaft und ganz bei sich selbst. Er will das Wollen, und das Kör­ perhafte in der Gestalt des Mechanismus wird zum unbedingten Gefolge. Das Gemüt und das Gedächtnis. Das Gedächtnis und die Wiege. Das Wiegen und das Vermögen, in Bewegung zu bringen. Nur was wiegt, vermag die Wage zu bewegen. Nur solches wiegt, was gewiegt und Wiege ist. Nur der in der Wiege gewiegte Mensch, kann wägen.

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